Not everyone agrees on the details, but there’s no disagreement on this: Change is coming rapidly for the food business, and it reaches all the way to farm level.
At the National Cattle Convention, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue shared his thoughts on a trade deal with China, industrial hemp, the government shutdown, and more.
For more than 25 years NCBA’s Cattlemen’s College has delivered thought-provoking, stimulating sessions. We highlight five topics industry leaders discussed at the 2019 event in New Orleans.
There’s plenty for beef producers to worry about in 2019. But there’s also good news to warm your outlook this winter, says CattleFax’s Randy Blach at the 2019 Cattle Industry Convention.
Drones present the future technology for managing fences, water, feeders, births. They might even replace your stock dog.
How much feed does a beef cow need to get through the winter? Probably less than you think, says Mary Drewnoski, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension beef specialist. Here are her 10 tips.
Good times or bad, farmers still like to kick tires, marvel at new technology, and share the ups and downs of farming at winter farm shows.
At the Nebraska Power Farming Show, farmers crowded around the latest new products on display at the expansive show in Lincoln, Nebraska.
The new farm bill could open the door to a crop that was previously illicit.
The new meat tech is coming in two forms: plant-based and cultured animal cells grown in a lab.